Borderlands 2 Save Converter from PS3 to Mac

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  • Borderlands 2 Save Converter from PS3 to Mac Ice Mask

    Is there a tool that I can use to convert my PS3 saves to Mac-formatted ones? If there isn't one, is there a program I can use to "read" my PS3 save data so I can manually convert a Mac save to a duplicate of that data?

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